The Scottish Sprint Championships was organised this year by TAY, and there were several ESOC members amongst the winners.
John Muir Country Park, 27 February
There was a fair ESOC turnout with plenty of good results at the fifth South of Scotland Orienteering League event, organised by East Lothian Orienteers.
Following on from the item in February Capital O, a bit more about John Colls’ book ...
Lanton Moor, 20 February
The fourth South of Scotland Orienteering League event of this season was organised by Roxburgh Reivers, at a small forest on the edge of Jedburgh.
This year’s Scottish Night Championships was organised by Interløpers, and many ESOC members took advantage of the opportunity to orienteer on the golf courses of the Braid Hills, an area that’s only available at night.
The Edinburgh City Race took place on Saturday, followed by SoSOL3 (also the East of Scotland Championships) on Arthur’s Seat on Sunday, and there was a great turnout from ESOC, with some excellent results.
16 January 2011
The 12th Glasgow Parks Championships, with races in 3 different Glasgow parks, had ESOC prizewinners in three of the classes.
Knock of Crieff, 12 December
There was a fair turnout of ESOC members at TAY’s annual fun event, based at the Famous Grouse Visitor Centre, with orienteering at Knock of Crieff.
Two ESOC members are representing their home nation at the SHIs this weekend… Claire Ward is running for Scotland and Helen Bridle is running for England!
Carol McNeill has just released her new book. It covers basic skills, advanced techniques, practical information on training and up to date input from Graham Gristwood and Pippa Archer.
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The 23rd Tinto Twin competition was held on Speyside, with several ESOC members among the trophy winners.